The Uncle Floyd Show (1974–1995)

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Half-improvised, low-to-no budget show with sketch comedy and live music (ranging from local talent to star performers), with Uncle Floyd himself as host, puppeteer and piano player.

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Half-improvised, low-to-no budget show with sketch comedy and live music (ranging from local talent to star performers), with Uncle Floyd himself as host, puppeteer and piano player.

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26 March 2004 | by (Coastal Florida) – See all my reviews

As a teenager growing up in northern NJ in the 70s, The Uncle Floyd Show was THE thing. Always on at parties, or turned to in basements and bedrooms late at night while we were sneaking weed and beers. It was a ridiculous, serial comedy show with a zany cast of characters, led by Uncle Floyd Vivino - a really good pianist ("Where's Wild West City at??" - who remembers his bit part in this commercial except me??)

Anyway, for a while one of my friends attended college in Newark, and it was filmed not far from where he lived. We actually went and saw it taped a few times, a bunch of hammered college kids, drinking and laughing and cat-calling. It was huge.

Recently obtained a DVD compilation of the show from Vivino's website. It's just as goofy as ever - if not more so. It hasn't aged very well, but then, it was completely ridiculous and only appallingly funny back then. It's like watching some absurd, amateur variety show. Perfect, because that's exactly what it was - all inside jokes and home-town references. Being sober 21 years probably helps form my current impression. Twinkle-twinkle Uncle Floyd.

Cool regional show.


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